Cape Town: The cheapest and least sustainable city we’ve been to!

Arriving in Cape Town was a huge culture shock. I know people use the word diversity a lot when describing South Africa, but the word doesn’t even come close. Shanty towns line the main highways, gated communities line their compounds with electric fences, biltong stores are as plentiful as coffee shops, thatched roofing is more prevalent here than the U.K and whether you’re black, white or coloured there is invariably a class system you’re being pegged into. … More Cape Town: The cheapest and least sustainable city we’ve been to!

Beers, Ruins and Rubik’s Cubes in Budapest, Hungary

I was becoming more and more curious after I’d asked friends for their Budapest sightseeing advice when the majority of their responses involved the words ‘just walk around’. I didn’t really know what to expect, but on all accounts, I knew it was going to be a city unlike any I’d been before. … More Beers, Ruins and Rubik’s Cubes in Budapest, Hungary